Vaginal Anomalies are a category of disorders occurring before birth and involving abnormally formed or absent vaginas the closed muscular canals that extend from the outside of the female genital area to the cervix, the neck of the uterus. Vaginal anomalies include:. A transition of care model to help teens and adults with colorectal diagnoses helps patients receive appropriate care as they move from the pediatric to the adult health care setting. Water soluble fiber is commonly used with CCPR medical regimens. This fiber will help maintain a good balance between stool frequency and consistency to help your child be continent. Skip to Content.
Vaginismus is a condition in which involuntary muscle spasm prevents vaginal penetration. The underlying cause is generally a fear that penetration will hurt. Treatment may include behavior therapy such as graduated exposure therapy and gradual vaginal dilatation. Severity and pain during vaginal penetration varies. Vaginismus occurs when penetrative sex or other vaginal penetration cannot be experienced without pain. It is commonly discovered among teenage girls and women in their early twenties, as this is when many girls and young women first attempt to use tampons , have penetrative sex, or undergo a Pap smear.
Incontinence Bowel Dysfunction Organ Prolapse. Ever since I got my period around age 13 I knew I was different. Tampons were just a disappointment every time I tried.
Vulvovaginitis is inflammation of the vulva or vagina. Without oestrogen, the skin of their vulvas is thin and delicate. This means that bacteria or vaginal discharge can easily irritate their skin. Sometimes, worms or labial fusion can lead to vulvovaginitis or make it worse. Thrush is almost never a cause of vulvovaginitis at this age.